Like so many issues in modern Canada, what is important in rural communities takes a back seat to the big cities’ priorities.
Plus, life jackets get partisan, and Quebec provides $5-million for media company as five newspapers on brink of bankruptcy.
Opposition MPs are hopeful that Liberals on the House Ethics Committee will agree to have the ethics commissioner testify on his latest report.
Several queer MPs have gone on to serve in the House of Commons since Svend Robinson took the brave step of announcing his sexuality. If Robinson succeeds in his political comeback this fall, he will join them in the Hou
Plus, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland will be addressing Unifor delegates at their constitutional convention in Quebec City.
The next government needs to develop oral health-care guidelines for long-term care and home-care settings, as well as oral-care supports for low-income seniors.
Greenlanders face a choice between trying to preserve what is left of the old Arctic culture, or seeking salvation in full modernization through high-speed economic growth.
Most Canadians have tuned out, and things are still looking up for the Liberals in Quebec.